Great Lakes Crossing Outlets in Auburn Hills Draws U.S. Peppa Pig World of Play

The Peppa Pig World of Play indoor attraction, based on the long-running children’s television series on the Nick Jr. network, will open at 10 a.m. on April 9 at Great Lakes Crossing Outlets in Auburn Hills. It will be the second location in the United States.
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The Peppa Pig World of Play is opening its second U.S. location at Great Lakes Crossing Outlets. Pictured above is the Dallas location. // Photo courtesy of Peppa Pig World of Play

The Peppa Pig World of Play indoor attraction, based on the long-running children’s television series on the Nick Jr. network, will open at 10 a.m. on April 9 at Great Lakes Crossing Outlets in Auburn Hills. It will be the second location in the United States.

Operated by Entertainment One and Merlin Entertainments, Peppa Pig World of Play is designed to take children on an interactive journey through the “magical world of Peppa Pig,” where they can explore, interact, and engage with all their favorite themes, sounds, and characters from the show.

The bright and colorful indoor attraction features 14 play areas, each inspired by instantly recognizable locations from the TV series and carefully created to the latest in visual and sensory effects technology to guarantee a truly memorable day out for families, say the operators.

Playscapes include Peppa’s Family House, a supermarket, Zoe Zebra and Daddy Dog at the Garage, Madame Gazelle’s School Bus, Rebecca Rabbit’s Underground Adventure, Sensory Garden, Peppa’s Treehouse, George’s Fort, Muddy Puddles, and George’s Dinosaur Discovery.

Also included at the attraction are fairground themed party rooms for birthday celebrations, a screening room, a Peppa Pig gift shop, story times, and arts-and-craft sessions alongside facilities for families to eat, relax, and play.

Admission is $20 for children and $5 or $10 for adults, depending on time of year. Tickets are now on sale by visiting www.peppapigworldofplay.com.

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